neeroc (neeroc) wrote,

No words

I often bug hubby about the amount of time he spends looking around. For example, when he's driving he'll notice the drivers in oncoming traffic, the graffiti on a building, a strange looking person on the street, and the rims on the car beside us. I tend to check to make sure that the way is clear, that the light is green, that the car in front of me is moving and that I'm in my lane. I don't care if it's a Honda Odyssey or a Toyota Sienna passing me and it could be rainbow striped and driven by Vin Diesel and I wouldn't notice.

But every now and then I see the attraction of just looking around. Earlier this spring I was walking the dogs at oh really early, and found this:

I have no idea what it's off, but I'm fairly sure whatever it is doesn't belong in suburbia. Sure, we've got devices that will lop off small- to medium-sized limbs and digits in the blink of an eye, but this is a whole different sort of danger. Other than a wringer-washer what suburban tool needs this sort of caution?

I also think the label makers could have saved the translation fees. Really, are any of those words needed after a picture like that? Is there any language in which you wouldn't get the message?
Tags: silliness

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